Video Cables

05

November

XLR vs RCA: Difference is in the Use

XLR vs RCA: Difference is in the Use

When it comes to wiring for anything, the specifics depend on the devices involved and the overall requirement. Audio cabling, in particular, has two basic analog cables, XLR cable, and RCA cable. These are largely for very different scenarios.
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30

December

Choose the Best Video Extension Cables for Your Home Theater

Choose the Best Video Extension Cables for Your Home Theater

The C stream contains the information with the red and blue colors, while the green is deduced based on the red and blue values. The Y stream contains the information for brightness levels. The signals when are sent to a television set, this...
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26

May

All About Coaxial and VGA Cables!

All About Coaxial and VGA Cables!

Technological advancements have led to the introduction of lot many advanced gadgets. For instance, the old bulky box television has now transformed into slender and stylish new avatars called LCD and LEDs. But then there are people who are still...
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17

October

Types and Uses of VGA Cables

Types and Uses of VGA Cables

What is a VGA CABLE? VGA stands for Video Graphics Array. A VGA cable is a device used to transfer video signals. It does this by acting as a link between the computer and the monitor or between the computer and the television screen. The video...
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29

August

AUDIO VISUAL CABLES

AUDIO VISUAL CABLES

HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface): It is a compact audio visual interface to transfer uncompressed video and compressed/uncompressed audio data. It implements ‘EIA/CEA-861’ standards, which define specific video formats and wave forms...
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22

December

Component Cables / RGB

Component Cables / RGB

With more and more people switching over to high definition channels, it is important to know whether your television, cable box, and other entertainment system is able to support high definition. The standards have been HDMI and component cables to...
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